Cure Childhood Cancer

Workplace Matching & Giving

The following companies have matching gifts or workplace giving programs that benefit CURE Childhood Cancer, and we gratefully acknowledge their ongoing donations:

Acuity Brands, Inc.
ADP Foundation
Ally Financial
Ameriprise Financial Employee Giving
AT & T United Way/Employee Giving Campaign
Axis US Services
Bank of America Matching Gifts
Bank of America United Way Campaign
BNY Mellon Community Partnership
CA, Inc. Matching Gifts Program
Colonial Foundation, Inc.
Club of Hearts
Deloitte United Way
Dematic Employee Association
Deutsche Bank Americas Foundation
Dominion Foundation Matching Gifts Program
El Paso Corporation
FM Global Foundation
Goldman, Sachs & Co. Matching Gifts Program
Google Matching Gifts Program
Gray Matters Charitable Foundation
Homrich Berg Matching Gifts
Honeywell Hometown Solutions
IBM Employee Sevices Center
KPMG Community Giving Campaign
Macy’s Foundation
Mag Mutual Insurance Company
Merck Partnership for Giving
Microsoft Giving Campaign
Morgan Stanley Employee Donations
Motorola Solutions Foundation
Prudential Foundation Matching Gifts
Schneider Electric/Square D Foundation
Sony Ericsson Matching Gifts
SunTrust One Pledge Campaign
T.Rowe Price Foundation, Inc.
United Way California Capital Region
United Way of Metropolitan Atlanta, Inc.
United Way of the National Capital Area
United Way of Snohomish County
Wells Fargo Community Support Campaign

If your company is not listed and you would like to participate, please contact Kristin Connor at

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    Tom Glavine, Hall of Fame Pitcher and member of the CURE Advisory Board, was interviewed by Health Talk’s Dr. Manny, regarding Childhood Cancer Awareness Month and CURE’s mission to find a cure for childhood cancer in our lifetime. Click here to watch the interview.

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    Your donation to CURE Childhood Cancer directly supports CURE’s $2.5 million commitment to research aimed at finding cures for the 20% of children who do not survive their battle with cancer. In addition, it supports CURE’s Patient & Family programs, meeting the critical and urgent needs of our families.